Chris Powell picked up his first point as Huddersfield Town manager and the club's first clean sheet in 20 games as his troops played out a dull 0-0 draw with Wigan Athletic.

Nahki Wells went closest for Town, who lost Danny Ward to a migraine at the interval, during the first half while Callum McManaman, Andy Delort and Emyr Huws could have stolen a first win on the road this season for the visitors.

But how did each Town player rank in the draw with Uwe Rosler's charges?

See our player ratings below.

 

Smithies - Made one outstanding save from Andy Delort in the first half which set the tone for a dominant displays between the posts and he refused to let anything past him, with his second-half smother to deny Emyr Huws. 7.

Smith - Looked much more like his usual self after his weekend lapse and looked determined to atone for just that. Tough with his tackling and penetrative with his passing, it was a composed performance at right-back. 7.

Hudson - Given his former side Cardiff City's defensive woes of late, you could forgive Bluebirds fans for yearning after the man they sold to Town on deadline day. But he is a Terrier now and he fitted that profile perfectly with some resilient defending. 7.

Lynch - Looks revitalised alongside the dominant Hudson in defence and one buccaneering charge through the middle of the field with the ball underlined his confidence. 7.

Robinson - Struggled against Albert Adomah's ability to pull wide and stay wide against Boro at the weekend but seemed to relish the fact he had no direct opponent in Wigan's 3-5-2 setup and accepted the invitation to get forwards often. Was caught napping once in the second half but much improved. 6.

Butterfield - Showed some lovely touches in midfield and his early runs from deep were a highlight but his final ball was lacking and he often found the going tough in terms of making an impression against a packed Latics midfield. 6.

Peltier - Another strong showing at the base of midfield and the captain did very little wrong when it came to ball retention, nor when helping the defence to form a solid foundation but his positional play was sometimes up for debate. 6.

Coady - The Liverpudlian has settled in brilliantly and has become a fans' favourite for his all-action modus operandi and, while this was not his best game, he was still trying to force the issue and was positive on the ball. 6.

Wells - From the get-go it looked like he wanted to come inside from his right-wing station and the second half saw him switch flanks and ultimately allowed him to cut inside. Fought hard up front with little service from midfield and a minimum of assistance from Jonathan Stead. 6.

Stead - Worked valiantly, but looks out of his depth leading the Town line, with James Vaughan's injury blow exacerbating the need for added forward options. His endeavour could not be faulted, making several runs into the channels, but his touch and link-up play failed to impress. 5.

Ward - Had a chance to build on a promising cameo display against Middlesbrough at the weekend but was taken off at the interval after suffering a migraine. It impacted on his performance, as he did little to beat his marker. 5.

Substitutes:

Scannell - Gave Town a spark they desperately coveted throughout the first half when he stepped up from the bench and was eager to show his turn of pace and crossing ability, which resulted in two hurried clearances from Latics stopper Emmerson Boyce from in front of Wells. 7.

Wallace - Only came on for the final stages to replace Joel Lynch, who was suffering from a knock. 5.